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Sunday XI v. Weoley Hill

Prophet and Nason see side home with a ball to go

In an exciting and nail biting finish the Kenilworth Sunday XI successfully chased down Weoley Hill’s 213-7 to win with one ball of the match remaining. Punn had made 47, Grant 45 and Bird 39 for Weoley Hill as Ali Peebles took 2-36 whilst James Nason, Chris Prophet, Danny Boneham and Turner each took a wicket for Kenilworth. In reply, Kenilworth reached 93-3 after Dave Howe had made 28 and Mark Deeley 24 before a match winning unbroken 4th wicket partnership of 121 runs between Prophet 79 not out (9 x 4’s) and Nason 51 not out (3 x 4) brought the side victory on the penultimate ball as they reached 214-3 in a very tense finish.



1st XI v. Bablake Old Boys

Prophet & Watts guarantee Premiership survival

Kenilworth ensured their status in the Warwickshire Cricket League top flight for next season as a result of their drawn match against Bablake Old Boys.

Bablake had recovered from 74-7 to post 197-9 as Kettley hit 61 and number 10, Hussain 35 as Joe Boyle took 3-63, Jorjeet Singh 3-45, Phil Edmonds 2-35 and Tom Pope 1-46 for Kenilworth whilst keeper Mike Watts took three catches and a stumping. In reply, Kenilworth ended the day on 177-6 after finding themselves wobbling on 106-6 after James Nason had earlier posted 36 but it was Chris Prophet 56 not out and Watts 25 not that saw the side to safety as they put on an unbeaten 71 run 7th wicket partnership and guarantee their Premier Division status.


1st XI v Handsworth

The two Toms bring happiness at Handsworth

In a tense and nail biting finish Kenilworth put the weeks of previous disappointments aside as their last pair successfully held their nerve and hit the winning runs to record a fine win over Handsworth with one wicket and 7 balls remaining of the match. They had posted 163-8 thanks to a solid century from Crossgill who hit 8 boundaries and two 6’s in his knock whilst Folkes added 21 helping the side recover from 73-7 as all the others failed to reach double figures. Kenilworth’s Gregg Peebles took a superb 4-39, all his wickets coming in consecutive overs whilst Joe Boyle chipped in with 2-61 and young Tom Pope a fine 2-20. In reply, Kenilworth started solidly as Phil Edmonds and skipper Dave Edmunds both made 30 each. James Nason made 27 and Jorjeet Singh 27 as they shared in a gallant and crucial 41 run 7th wicket partnership but a late tumble of wickets put Kenilworth on edge when so close to the winning line at 160-8 then at 163-9 but Pope held firm with an unbeaten 11 whilst number 11 Tom Anscombe strode out to take the accolades as he hit the winning run to give Kenilworth a long awaited victory and end the day on 164-9.

1st XI v Nuneaton

Defeat snatched from the jaws of victory

The first team couldn’t maintain a good start at league neighbours Nuneaton. After scoring 158 all out in the first innings, Kenilworth had the hosts at 40-5 but were unable to see things through, allowing Nuneaton to reach 159 without further loss. McNeill and Neale took three wickets each for Nuneaton with Taplin taking two. McNeill also starred with the bat, scoring 49 not out, alongside Taylor on 72 not out. For Kenilworth, Nason scored 21 and Pearson a quick fire 24, but Kenilworth’s stand out player was Liam Newton with 47 runs and 4 wickets. The first XI remain third from bottom of the league, with Nuneaton one place higher.

Sunday XI v Norton Lindsey

Sunday XI win as Norton fall short

Kenilworth won a close encounter with Norton Lindsey in a friendly game on Sunday. Batting first, Kenilworth notched up 149 all out with all the Norton Lindsey bowlers returning decent figures, 3-20 for Goel being the pick. In reply, Norton Lindsey fell just short on 136-9 off their 40 overs with James Nason picking up 4-22 and Geoff Edmunds 3-27. Pyatt top scored for Norton Lindsey with an aggressive 47 from the number 3 berth.